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Comments by natalie.larson (6)


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Yeah sorry about that we were trying to be descriptive with the photos to show the routes so people could see. As far as crash pads we have been relying on spotting each other more than anything else until we can make a trip to anchorage and get a good pad.

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Lol your telling me! It was way weird and kinda creepy! I'm originally from California so the things I run across up here are def different lol!

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It really was! :)! There are great boulders along the peninsula!

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Thank you:) I've been getting climbing classes started, as well as giving talks to the local schools about the areas around here and sharing education about climbing, so many people know about my profile on this site and I found that putting an album with a little bit of personal touch is helping to get more families and younger people interested or at least asking questions about the great sport:)

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It was under our personal albums on our page that's separate from our climbing logs and pics. We don't have control over what ends up on the front photos page of this site. You should maybe talk to admin about only clearing climbing photos to enter the front photos page.

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I'm not sure at least its an outdoor photo and not a pic of a plastic looking face girl or some of the other strange things I've seen on the front page. My whole goal was to have an album to show hikes and other things possible to do down here. Outdoir enthusatism is a good thing. hopefully promoting awareness fir the enviornment and appreciation for the beautiful things the outdoors has to offer. I have climbing students that look at this profile that may live here or around this area and I try promote the outdoors. I do have an album of our life which are family snapshots which helps to promote a bit of personalization with people that are interested to climb and to know about our family. But I had no idea about the new owners of this site. I don't know why "respecting women" would be a priority when it should just be a given. Especially when you have some women that climb just as good or better than some men. Either way it shouldn't be judged on the genders but on skill and talent. I've been climbing my whole life and I have developed routes in many places as well as won comps etc but I do not think gender has anything to do with my hard work, dedication, skill and passion for the sport and love for the outdoors.